When you open a refrigerator in someone's house, it generally doesn't take long to get an idea about what kind of person uses the fridge, or at least what stage of life they're in.

For example, if you open up a health fanatics fridge, you expect to find things such as protein shakes, diet foods, greens, water, and things of that nature. You don't expect to find foods and drinks with a lot of sugar, such as sodas.

Another example is people with young children. You open the fridge to find things such as fruit snacks, apple sauce, and juice boxes.

Want another? You could look into a fridge that is owned by someone who is at work a lot, and not home as much. In there, you would expect to find lots of to-go boxes from restaurants, maybe some pizza, and lots of snack foods that would be quick and easy to grab on the way out the door.

Then, there are THOSE FRIDGES. You know the ones I'm talking about? The ones that don't really fit into any category. These might look like...well, actually they...or possibly...hmmm...I guess it would be easier to ask: What message is THIS fridge sending?

Let us know what message you think it's sending, and then think, "What message is MY fridge sending?"